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Old 01-23-2013, 10:14 PM   #1
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Wider TIRES

I was wondering what effects bad/good would wider back tires.
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Pro: a lot more traction

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Lol well put^^ +1
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Thanks it legal in streets right

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What does it being do to the car sorry I just got into this?
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Thanks it legal in streets right

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What does it being do to the car sorry I just got into this?
It is legal as long as they dont stick out past the wheel wells which it should not even with 315s and the most complained about thing is that you cannot rotate them so they wear faster.
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Anything is legal until you get caught..... Lol
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That's exactly what I always say lol
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depends what you want out of the car...a higher rotational mass may not be what you're really wanting...however if it's for a DD just toss on some wide tires and be happy
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I want it too b fast but I just like the fat more in the sky look too would it make it slower
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If your car is lower and running a really wide tire it might hit the body if you hit a crazy bump or hold in the road
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What if its at regular height
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